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Japan businessmen due

Japan businessmen due

A DELEGATION of 70 to 80 businesspeople representing about 50 companies from Japan is scheduled to arrive in Cambodia on December 13. Kith Pheara, chief of the Product Development Office at the Ministry of Commerce, said the purpose of the visit was to assess investment opportunities in the Kingdom. He said during the two-day visit the delegation would visit businesses and factories, including those at the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone. He added that his ministry would request the attendance of officials from the Council for the Development of Cambodia and the Garment Manufacturers Association of Cambodia.

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